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January 22, 2010 – Wine Spectator
Rising Stars of the Southwest – The state of Arizona has a small but emerging wine scene; these 19 very good reds and whites are bringing credibility to the wines of the Grand Canyon State. More info…

December 1, 2009 – Green Valley News and Sun
Pecan festival an ode to family's history – The Inaugural Sahuarita Pecan Festival is billed as “the nuttiest festival in Southern Arizona,” and promises fun and education at a Sahuarita/Green Valley landmark that has been here for decades. More info…

November 23, 2009 – My Wine Helper.com blog
Review of Arizona Wines from Festival at the Farm – Hi wanted to give Congrats To Rhonni and all the folks at the Arizona Wine Growers for a great event at the Farm at South Mountain. You could not have asked for a more beautiful day and location to have this event. More info…

November 20, 2009 – East Valley Tribune
New festival to showcase Arizona wines Sunday – I can remember just a few years ago when Arizona’s “wine industry” consisted of four small wineries that few people had heard of. More info…

November 18, 2009 – Arizona Foothills Magazine
Arizona Wine Growers Festival at The Farm – If you lo-ove wine (that’s right–double syllable “love”), here are the details on a must-attend weekend event: The Arizona Wine Growers Festival at The Farm. More info…

November 2, 2009 –3TV/azfamily.com
Arizona residents urged to shop local – It may not seem like it, but it's nearly holiday shopping season and this year Arizona residents are being urged to shop local. More info…

November 2, 2009 – Life of J blog
Arizona Wine Country – …Yes…there are vineyards in southern Arizona. More info…

September 4, 2009 – Shutterspeeding blog
Photographing Arizona's Wine Country – These are my favorite pictures I made for a recent story about Arizona's wine country. More info…

September 2, 2009 – Wine Drank by John Jaster blog
Acacia Red Blend; Budini Malbec; Dos Cabezas – Dos Cabezas Winery, Red, 2006 (Cochise County, Arizona) - I bought this on a business trip to Tucson… really quite liked it. More info…

October 31, 2009 – The Arizona Republic
Dick Erath confident Arizona wine can excel – Arizona attracts retirees, and Dick Erath, who was a pioneer in creating Oregon's billion-dollar wine industry, had certainly earned the right to relax in his Green Valley home and enjoy the fruits of his vineyard labor. More info…

October 30, 2009 – The Arizona Republic
Tasting tour: 5 southern Arizona wineries – There are more than 30 wineries and vineyards in Arizona, spread out from Chino Valley, in the north, to Bowie, in the southeast. There's quite a variety of tastes and price ranges, and each winery reflects the vision and passion of its owner or winemaker. More info…

Fall 2009 – Arizona Vines and Wines
Featured Winemaker: Todd Bostock – In this issue our featured winemaker is Todd Bostock of Dos Cabezas WineWorks. Dos Cabezas is located in Sonoita, Arizona, about an hour’s drive from Tucson. More info…

August 13, 2009 – The Arizona Daily Star
Monsoon Madness – One of the rock stars of wine has just released his first Arizona red. Famed winemaker Dick Erath, founder of Erath Winery in Dundee, Ore., bought 40 acres in Kansas Settlement outside Willcox and started planting a variety of grapes in 2006. More info…

July 2009 – Wine Inquirer blog
DOS CABEZAS GRAND TASTING ROOM OPENING – Arizona’s own Dos Cabezas Winery, located in Sonoita, Arizona, opens its new tasting room in Grand fashion on Thursday, July 23rd through Sunday, the 26th. More info…

2009 Arizona Republic 35 Entreprenuers 35 & Younger – AZCentral.com
Winemaker Todd Bostock selected by the Arizona Republic as one of Arizona’s top 35 entrepreneurs under 35 – The third annual list highlights Arizona entrepreneurs who established and operate successful ventures based in the state. More info…

December 18, 2008 – Wine Spectator
Good wine can come from the most unlikely of places: next up, Arizona – I never cease to be amazed at the growth of diversity and quality in today's wine world. From the Rhône to the Finger Lakes, there's good wine seemingly being made everywhere these days. Even Arizona. More info…

October 8, 2008 – The Washington Post
Local Vintners Are Trying to Grow Respect – Farmers markets continue to sprout throughout the region, grocery stores tout produce "from around here," and community-supported agriculture (CSA) programs bring food directly from farm to table. More info…

September 26, 2008 – The Wall Street Journal
Pour More Years: Arizona and Illinois Meet in the Quadrennial Presidential Taste-Off – …And then there's the most important question: Between the states of the presidential candidates — Arizona and Illinois — which makes the better wine? More info…

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